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South Dakota Produces Another ‘Majestic’ Buck
by Jason Thompson

The Fall of 2009 began what became an annual and much anticipated whitetail hunting trip to the Majestic Ranch, located in the great state of South Dakota. The 13,000 acre working cattle ranch is on the western side of the Missouri River in Gregory County and is home to some of the largest whitetails and mule deer in the entire state.  Randy Odenbach and his crew have been hosting hunters and managing the Majestic Ranch for nearly 20 years and the hard proof is in the results from good nutrition…
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Best Choice for Perennial Plot
by Mali Vujanic

As a professional Land Manager I would have to say that across the board, the most frequent question I receive from future food plotters is…

Seasonal Nutritional Needs of the Whitetail
by David Morris

In order to formulate a nutritional strategy (plan) for whitetails, it is necessary to know their seasonal nutritional needs. Biologists and scientists can get into…



The Antler Shedding Process
by Dr. Mickey W. Hellickson

Antler Shedding
In the past, it was believed that deer withdrew to secluded places to shed their antlers in order to avoid the…

Antlers
by Dr. Mickey W. Hellickson

The Antler Cycle
Antlers - there is something magical and mystical about deer antlers.  Part of their allure is that every antler is…



South Central South Dakota November 2011
by Jason Thompson

For the past several years the middle of November has drawn me away from Dixie into the great state of South Dakota.  Myself along with…



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Tip #22 - Keep Your Knife Sharp

Lightly sharpen your knife after every animal you clean. 

This will prevent your blade from getting so dull that it takes hours, or a professional, to get it back to being razor sharp.


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